FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ASTORIA, QUEENS, NY, 3/1/18 – 816 New York, a full-service strategic branding and marketing consultancy, announced today that it will sponsor the 2018 Patient Safety Education Spring Symposium to be held on May 4 in Hauppauge, Long Island, New York.
The sponsorship will extend the agency’s relationship with non-profit Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy, the organizer of the event.
A widespread lack of awareness about patient safety means higher incident rates, wasted time, and mounting costs for patients and for the United States healthcare system. The Long Island Patient Safety Education Fund (PSE Fund) affords organizations the opportunity to address such needs within their own areas of expertise. The PSE Fund, through a grant process, gives recipient organizations funding to develop patient safety initiatives designed to support the communities they serve.
Many organizations will qualify, such as those supporting people with special medical needs, low-income communities, low-literacy adults, and any non-profit with a focus on a unique healthcare need associated with their membership.
“I am proud to add 816 New York’s name to the list of sponsors for this worthy event, organizations like Northwell Health and Sloan Kettering,” founder & director Sarah Williams says. “We hope it will help to facilitate increased awareness and improved communication between patients, families, and medical professionals.”
816 New York, an award-winning brand agency, guides small to mid-sized businesses and non-profits who unify and uplift, whose objectives balance profit with creating social impact. By emboldening you and your team, propelling an intention of success, and creating an impactful brand led by your ideals, the firm implements strategy to elevate greatness. For more information, please visit 816nyc.com
Pulse Center for Patient Safety Education & Advocacy (Pulse CPSEA) is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 community-based organization dedicated to raising awareness about patient safety through advocacy, education and support. For more information, visit http://www.pulsecenterforpatientsafety.org/.
SOURCE: 816 New York, LLC